Posts Tagged “Trailer”
MechWarrior has been a sketchy series as of late. False starts and trailers of games that lead to no where have had fans questioning when the series would fully return. Well their answer is here. MechWarrior: Online appears to be trying to launch this year, in fact this Summer. The game runs in Cryengine 3 so expect gorgeous environments, big machines and lots of destruction. The trailer doesn’t show a lot, but you can a feel for the game’s intended style. I’m excited to get behind the controls of one of these beasts as it hot drops into enemy territory. What do you think of the debut trailer? Click to watch the trailer.
When it comes to Mass Effect 3’s current advertising campaign it was going to be hard to top the CGI trailer that premiered on last week’s Walking Dead. Bioware/EA tried to do it anyway with a live action trailer that feels small, like a TV movie on SyFy. The costume Shepard is wearing looks expensive but I’ve seen cosplayers pull of better (literally) and the CGI integration with people seems to be just missing the mark. Maybe they should have kept this trailer under wraps. What do you think of it? Click to watch.
Well they went and did it. Gearbox won me over with dubstep, a break dancing claptrap and 870 Gajillion guns. Who knew that was even a number?! Four new characters, old faces returning, new classes, split screen co-op, 4 player co-op, more character customization and oh did I mention EIGHT HUNDRED SEVENTY GAJILLION GUNS?! Oh and Nero’s track Doomsday which I do love. And it all comes on September 18th, 2012. Just shot to the top of my most anticipated list. Catch us on Steam to play with us when the game launches this fall. Click to watch the wub wub filled dubsteppy trailer.
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Big CGI action… Pixar destroying levels of animation… Shepard and Ashley… but truly there are no words… Click to watch.
This trailer for Ghost Recon: Future Soldier shows off it’s cover system and animations, both of which are incredibly fluid. Apparently all the animation is motion captured from real NAVY SEALS which is rather impressive. The soldiers use augmented reality to help them assess the situation and move from cover to cover fluidly. Oh and the cover can be destroyed which means campers are done for online. What do you think of the animation and cover systems? Click to watch the behind the scenes video.
The more I see of this game the more I wonder what it’s about. Is it a non-canon story? Is it a sequel? I really liked Alan Wake and I can’t wait to see how this game turns out. We’ll be live streaming it all next week on Twitch.tv. The combat seems to be the focus which was one of my favorite parts of the game. Click to watch the trailer.
I love Alan Wake. I think it’s a very fun game and I might be replaying it on the live stream over the weekend getting ready for the new XBLA title/sequel that’s coming on the 22nd oF February. Now we’re getting a glimpse of a new character called Mr. Scratch. One of the things I loved about Alan Wake was the way there were segments of the game done with real people on TVs. This added something special to the game. Hopefully we’ll have more of that in the new title. What do you think of Mister Scratch? Click to watch the eerrie and psychotic teaser.
A few years ago free to play meant games along the lines of Farmville. Since then Free to Play has been attributed to games like DC Universe Online, Star Trek Online, World of Warcraft, Lord of the Rings Online, Conan Online, Battlefield Free and Battlefield Heroes. Very few of those games feature next level grpahics and addictive gameplay that push their genre forward. WoW only went free to play for the first 20 levels and the rest either exist with a simple structure or went free to play due to lack of funding and have to now live on a freemium structure. Hawken looks to go Free to Play this coming December and be a gorgeous and addictive FPS with mech warrior sensibilities. Click to watch the trailer
I haven’t been a fan of the Naruto Franchise for a long time. Whether it lost me with it’s endless amount of filler episodes or the overly long fight sequences or what… I don’t know. I do know that I think the games that have come out on this generation of consoles have been pretty good and featured a lot of cool mechanics and the Ultimate Ninja Storm franchise has felt most like the show out of all of them. Now they’re breaking down the walls of continuity to just bring you a match up of 70+ characters from the Naruto saga including several characters at different stages of their life including all the main characters and more. What seems extra great is that this game will have 60+ exclusive minutes of anime to add to the back story of some mysterious characters. Not a bad idea actually. With the year so full of titles I don’t know if this is one I’ll pick up, but Naruto fans can’t miss it. Click through to see the epicly long trailer.